Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics

Papers
(The TQCC of Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics is 3. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-07-01 to 2024-07-01.)
ArticleCitations
Solidarity in the Time of COVID-19?28
Effective Contact Tracing for COVID-19 Using Mobile Phones: An Ethical Analysis of the Mandatory Use of the Aarogya Setu Application in India27
Just Better Utilitarianism24
Artificial Moral Responsibility: How We Can and Cannot Hold Machines Responsible23
Emergency Basic Income during the Pandemic20
How Could We Know When a Robot was a Moral Patient?18
Minding Rights: Mapping Ethical and Legal Foundations of ‘Neurorights’16
Psychiatric Interventions in Virtual Reality: Why We Need an Ethical Framework16
Existing Ethical Tensions in Xenotransplantation14
Pediatric Deep Brain Stimulation for Dystonia: Current State and Ethical Considerations14
The Hybridization of the Human with Brain Implants: The Neuralink Project13
Ethical Issues Regarding Nonsubjective Psychedelics as Standard of Care12
Animal Research that Respects Animal Rights: Extending Requirements for Research with Humans to Animals12
The Virtues of Interpretable Medical Artificial Intelligence12
Ethics, Guidelines, Standards, and Policy: Telemedicine, COVID-19, and Broadening the Ethical Scope11
On Algorithmic Fairness in Medical Practice11
Cyberbiosecurity: An Emerging Field that has Ethical Implications for Clinical Neuroscience10
COVID-19: Another Look at Solidarity10
Combatting Covid-19. Or, “All Persons Are Equal but Some Persons Are More Equal than Others?”9
Misplaced Trust and Distrust: How Not to Engage with Medical Artificial Intelligence9
Incorporating Stakeholder Perspectives on Scarce Resource Allocation: Lessons Learned from Policymaking in a Time of Crisis9
Common Morality Principles in Biomedical Ethics: Responses to Critics8
Human Biobanking in Developed and Developing Countries: An Ethico-Legal Comparative Analysis of the Frameworks in the United Kingdom, Australia, Uganda, and South Africa8
In Defense of Narrative Authenticity8
What Matters for Moral Status: Behavioral or Cognitive Equivalence?7
Is the Requirement for First-Person Experience of Psychedelic Drugs a Justified Component of a Psychedelic Therapist’s Training?7
More Process, Less Principles: The Ethics of Deploying AI and Robotics in Medicine7
Mutatis mutandis … On Euthanasia and Advanced Dementia in the Netherlands7
Human Brain Organoids: Why There Can Be Moral Concerns If They Grow Up in the Lab and Are Transplanted or Destroyed7
Biomarkers in Psychiatric Disorders7
Abortion Access and the Benefits and Limitations of Abortion-Permissive Legal Frameworks: Lessons from the United Kingdom6
Reflection Machines: Supporting Effective Human Oversight Over Medical Decision Support Systems6
Neuroethics for Fantasyland or for the Clinic? The Limitations of Speculative Ethics6
Artificial Intelligence and Human Enhancement: Can AI Technologies Make Us More (Artificially) Intelligent?6
Ethical Implications in Making Use of Human Cerebral Organoids for Investigating Stress—Related Mechanisms and Disorders6
Goldwater After Trump6
The Impact of Incidental Findings Detected During Brain Imaging on Research Participants of the Rotterdam Study: An Interview Study6
Subject and Family Perspectives from the Central Thalamic Deep Brain Stimulation for Traumatic Brain Injury Study: Part I6
Precedent Autonomy and Surrogate Decisionmaking After Severe Brain Injury6
Against Personal Ventilator Reallocation5
Closed-Loop Brain Devices in Offender Rehabilitation: Autonomy, Human Rights, and Accountability5
A Tale of Two Chimeras: Applying the Six Principles to Human Brain Organoid Xenotransplantation5
Memory During the Presumed Vegetative State: Implications for Patient Quality of Life5
“Who Will I Be?”: Relational Identity, Living with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, and Future-Oriented Decisionmaking5
Should Cerebral Organoids be Used for Research if they Have the Capacity for Consciousness?5
Effective Communication Following Pregnancy Loss: A Study in England5
Resuscitating Patient Rights during the Pandemic: COVID-19 and the Risk of Resurgent Paternalism5
Liberal Utilitarianism—Yes, But for Whom?5
Well-Being After Severe Brain Injury: What Counts as Good Recovery?5
A Problem of Self-Ownership for Reproductive Justice5
Ethical Solutions to the Problem of Organ Shortage5
From Justice to the Good? Liberal Utilitarianism, Climate Change and the Coronavirus Crisis5
Moral Status for Malware! The Difficulty of Defining Advanced Artificial Intelligence4
Capacity Reconceptualized: From Assessment Tool to Clinical Intervention4
Toward an Anti-Maleficent Research Agenda4
Euthanasia for the Elderly: Multiple Geriatric Syndromes and Unbearable Suffering According to Dutch Euthanasia Review Committees4
Frailty as a Priority-Setting Criterion for Potentially Lifesaving Treatment—Self-Fulfilling Prophecy, Circularity, and Indirect Discrimination?4
Skip the Trip? Five Arguments on the Use of Nonhallucinogenic Psychedelics in Psychiatry4
Pragmatism and Experimental Bioethics4
Balancing Equity and Efficiency in Kidney Allocation: An Overview4
What is the Foundation of Medical Ethics—Common Morality, Professional Norms, or Moral Philosophy?4
Complexity, Not Severity: Reinterpreting the Sliding Scale of Capacity4
Psychedelics, Meaningfulness, and the “Proper Scope” of Medicine: Continuing the Conversation4
Exit Duty Generator4
Anything Goes? Analyzing Varied Understandings of Assent4
Consciousness and the Ethics of Human Brain Organoid Research3
The Desirability of Legal Rights for Novel Beings3
COVID-19 and Beyond: The Need for Copathy and Impartial Advisers3
Improving the Implementation of Advance Directives in Spain3
What Do Chimeras Think About?3
Trading Vulnerabilities: Living with Parkinson’s Disease before and after Deep Brain Stimulation3
The Duty to Protect, Abortion, and Organ Donation3
After COVID-19: The Way We Die from Now On3
The Virtues of Interpretable Medical AI3
Responsibility-Enhancing Assistive Technologies and People with Autism3
Psychedelics as Standard of Care? Many Questions Remain3
The Ethics of Algorithms in Healthcare3
Should We Use Technology to Merge Minds?3
The Cost of Coronavirus Obligations: Respecting the Letter and Spirit of Lockdown Regulations3
Discrimination Based on Personal Responsibility: Luck Egalitarianism and Healthcare Priority Setting3
Brain Organoids and Consciousness: Late Night Musings Inspired by Lewis Thomas3
Healthcare Professionals’ Conflicts When Treating Transgender Youth: Is It Necessary to Prioritize Protection Over Respect?3
On the Justified Use of AI Decision Support in Evidence-Based Medicine: Validity, Explainability, and Responsibility3
One Health Requires a Theory of Agency3
Common and Uncommon Moralities in Bioethics: Yet Another Final Countdown3
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